A Framework for Identifying and Mining Object Specific Instances from Compressed Video Frames


A Framework for Identifying and Mining Object Specific Instances from Compressed Video Frames – This paper addresses the problem of using a video capture system to capture a 3D shape of an object in real-time. Using video frames from the same object, there is a large amount of information about the object and its physical motion. We propose a video recognition framework, in which it is possible to directly extract the objects location and the motion within video frames, through the use of a deep network, to make an efficient reconstruction of the video frames. In addition, we propose an iterative method for the recognition of object location, motion and object oriented parts of video frames on the basis of the 3D features. We validate the performance of our approach by utilizing object-oriented parts and pose of objects.

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A Framework for Identifying and Mining Object Specific Instances from Compressed Video Frames

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